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    Pence Team's Plexiglass Faux Pas in Advance of Tonight's Debate

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    On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan get ready for tonight's vice presidential debate. After some back-and-forth, Pence's team finally agreed to a plexiglass barrier.


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    Bradley Blankenship - Prague-based American Journalist, Political Analyst and Freeland Reporter whose column can be found on RT and CGTN.com | Social Media Must Contain the 'InfoDemic'

    Daniel Lazare - Journalist and Author specializing in the US Constitution and American urban policy | Nagorno-Karabakh and Kyrgyzstan Explained

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    Amazon has completely reshaped the logistics industry, arguably for the better and worse. Chuck Zlatkin, legislative and political director for New York Metro Area Postal Union, gives us an update on how the United States Postal Service is being affected by the evolving environment.

    As the highly anticipated 2020 presidential election gets closer, the discussion regarding the responsibilities of social media platforms is front and center. Political analyst Bradley Blankenship comes back on the show to explain 'infodemic'.

    Nagorno-Karabakh is a disputed territory that could become a regional war. Kyrgyzstan's government is dealing with conflict as well. Journalist Daniel Lazare comes on the show to explain both issues.

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